We’ve listed ten sensitive and sweet movies for you to watch. Below are films that promote a positive side of existence, with plots that highlight the greatest qualities of the human being and the great moments of life. They are films of various genres and times, always provoking making the viewer happy during and after watching. Let’s go to the list!
10º – Lady Bird (Greta Gerwig, 2017)Working with the figure of youth in its history, this film introduces us to the life of a teenager, shrouded in an insomniac reality of a small town, explaining her virtues and defects, as well as her dreams and her agitated love life. ‘Lady Bird’ is one of the greatest films about youth, presenting the viewer with a normal character, escaping the clichés common to subgenus. A unique film that will bring a very strong nostalgic feeling to you during all your 94 minutes. Still, of course, it’s worth highlighting the direction of the great Greta Gerwig and the unforgettable performance of actress Saoirse Ronan.
9º – Life is Sweet (Mike Leigh, 1990)The film explores the intense daily life of a middle-class family in London. We will learn more about the way each member of this family acts, glimpsing their pleasures and sufferings. Mike Leigh presents a daring film, powerful in its general proposal, with light and heavy moments. Here, more than the uncertainties of life, the film explores the attempt to ignore possible problematic instances of the day to day life of this family, always trying to change the course of their lives.
8º – Ghost (Jerry Zucker, 1990)After her partner is murdered in a robbery, a young woman has to rebuild her life. However, after a medium comes to her claiming that the ghost of her dead partner is present, she begins to question everything she had for sure in her life. ‘Ghost’ is a film that will certainly take several tears away from you. Your dense and exciting story moves with every scene you overcome, and you even know how to work with comic passages that can mix certain feelings in the viewer. Highlights include the performances of Patrick Swayze and Demi Moore leading the protagonists.
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